Chinese Restaurant Recommendations for the Chinese New Year
Known as the Lunar New Year, the 1st day of the Chinese New Year marks the beginning of 15-days of celebration. On this day, bright red, colorful festivals with half-dragon, half-lion creatures parade around the main streets of Chinese cities, and Chinese communities all around the world. To spread the joy and Chinese tradition, many families will gather to cook, eat, and be in good company to start off the year.
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Chinese Restaurants in Boston
Looking for great Asian style dishes in Back Bay? You'll find Typhoon Asian Bistro's delivery menu perfect for Dumplings, Typhoon Spicy Chicken, and Chinese Sausage Claypot Rice.
P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, the bold Chinese-American restaurant chain with over 20 years in the industry, has made a name for itself globally with creative signature dishes including Chang's Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Northern-Style Spare Ribs, Miso Glazed Salmon, and Beef a la Sichuan.
Credit: P.F. Chang’s China Bistro
If you're craving authentic Chinese, Q Restaurant is the place for you, located in Boston's Chinatown, and now delivering specialty dishes from the Q Special Noodle Soup, General Gao’s Tofu, and Julienne Peking Pork directly to your door.
Allston's Shanghai Social Club, inspired by the famous Bund area in Old Shanghai, mimics the city's contemporary liveliness with favorites like Egg Drop Soup, Ginger Braised Pork Belly Buns, and Shanghai Spicy Chicken.
Chinese Restaurants in Chicago
Recognized for it's "modern interpretation of classic oriental dishes", Jian Asian Cafe focuses on Chinese & Asian cuisine with house specialties from Crab Rangoon, Combo Kung Pao, and Yang Chow Fried Rice.
When it comes to Casual Chinese & Thai, Big Bowl is known for high quality ingredients in dishes including All Natural Chicken Chinese Dumplings, Barbecue Duroc Spareribs, and Teriyaki Glazed Fresh Salmon.
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The Chinese-American restaurant chain P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, with over 20 years in the industry, has made name for itself globally with creative signature dishes including Buddha’s Feast, Miso Glazed Salmon, and Red Wine and Pepper Braised Beef.
Wow Bao specializes in steamed 'hot Asian buns' coming in a variety of flavors including Teriyaki Chicken, Spicy Kung Pao Chicken, Whole Wheat Vegetable, and Coconut Custard or Chocolate Bao for dessert.
Chinese Restaurants in Dallas
Craving great flavors in Uptown Dallas? Ming Place China Bistro's signature plates are guaranteed to please with Fried Dumplings, Shanghai Rice Cakes, and Beef with Broccoli.
From vegetarian dishes to noodles, Inchin’s Bamboo Garden in Plano has something for everyone with Chinese courses including Drums of Heaven, Shredded Crispy Lamb Peking, and American Chopsuey.
Credit: Inchin's Bamboo Garden
P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, the bold Chinese-American restaurant chain with over 20 years in the industry, keeps fresh with creative signature dishes including Chang's Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Northern-Style Spare Ribs, Miso Glazed Salmon, and Red Wine and Pepper Braised Beef.
Carrollton's May Dragon serves an extensive menu with house specialties from Pickled Cucumber Mandarin Style, Szechuan Hot and Spicy Chicken, and Shrimp Egg Foo Young.
Chinese Restaurants in Philadelphia
A Chinatown gem, Imperial Inn will have you coming back for more and more for Chinese dim sum and signature plates including Barbecue Roast Pork, General Tso’s Chicken, and Beef with Scallion and Ginger.
Asian fusion restaurant Sakura Mandarin puts a contemporary twist on Chinese cuisine with dishes like Rock Shrimp Tempura w. Mango Chili, Kung Pao Chicken, and Shanghai Stir Fried Udon.
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Frequently featured in DiningIn's Best-Selling Restaurants in Philly email, Sang Kee Peking Duck House has become a city staple serving Steamed Vegetarian Dumplings, Roasted Duck on Rice with Green Vegetables, and Hot and Sour Soup.
With more than 20 years of experience, Lee How Fook will win you over with a "selection of authentic Cantonese dishes that are prepared fresh with every order" including Orange Chicken (Spicy), Chinese Mushroom with Noodle Soup, and Pork Fried Rice.
Chinese Restaurants in Twin Cities
As one of DiningIn's popular eateries, Red Pepper Chinese Restaurant is known for its odeal selection of dishes perfect for a night in or a Chinese food craving at the office with House Fried Rice, Crispy Fish Fillets with Seasonal Vegetables, and Egg Roll Noodles Salad.
Feeding a large group? Rainbow Chinese will satisfy your taste buds with catering platters from Cream Cheese Wontons, Pork with Chinese Vegetables, and Dry Sautéed Green Beans.
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Lettuce Entertain You Restaurant, Big Bowl is known for high quality ingredients in Casual Chinese & Thai dishes like All Natural Chicken Chinese Dumplings, Orange Chicken, and Teriyaki Glazed Fresh Salmon.
Experience the best of Hunan, Szechuan, Peking and Cantonese flavors from Great Wall Chinese Restaurant with Great Wall Chow Mein, Eggplant Sautéed in Garlic Sauce, and Mandarin Scallops.